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Coca-Cola Backs Down from Discriminatory Policy after Boyden Gray Letter, Mar. 30 2022

Coca-Cola’s has officially walked back a proposal requiring the company’s outside law firms to have a quota of Black attorneys and lawyers from other underrepresented groups working on its cases. The policy, introduced by then-general counsel Bradley Gayton, was initially announced in January 2021 but was paused after Gayton was replaced as general counsel in March 2021. In announcing the…

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GRAY: High-Octane Solutions to the New Energy Crisis, Real Clear Politics, Mar. 13, 2022

Former White House Counsel C. Boyden Gray published an editorial in Real Clear Politics on March 13, suggesting one simple solution to rising fuel prices—passing the Next Generation Fuels Act. He writes, The Next Generation Fuels Act – a bipartisan bill sponsored by Representative Cheri Bustos of Illinois – would eliminate these barriers and bring American fuel policy into the 21st century….

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GRAY: Morgan Stanley’s Use of Racial and Ethnic Classifications are Unconstitutional and Harmful, Feb. 15, 2022

Former White House Counsel C. Boyden Gray sent a letter on behalf of the Project on Fair Representation to Morgan Stanley and Princeton University on Tuesday, warning them of the illegality of their racially discriminatory internship program. The letter, sent to Eric Grossman, the Chief Legal Officer of Morgan Stanley, and Ramona E. Romero, the Vice President and General Counsel…

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GRAY: Boardrooms’ Diversity Should Not Be Mandated, The Washington Post, Jan. 30, 2022

Former White House Counsel C. Boyden Gray published a letter to the editor in The Washington Post on January 30, rebuffing a recent editorial’s take on the rise of race and sex quotas in corporate boardrooms. He writes, The Jan. 24 editorial “Boardrooms’ changing complexion” was uncommonly shy about conservatives’ main point: that race and sex discrimination is illegal and…

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GRAY & BUSCHBACHER: Joe Biden’s Low-Energy Blunder, The American Conservative, Jan. 26, 2022

Former Ambassador to the European Union and Special Envoy for Eurasian Energy C. Boyden Gray and counsel Michael Buschbacher published an article in The American Conservative on January 26, critiquing the Biden Administration’s energy policy and its foreign policy consequences. They write, The President has lamented that there is little we can do: Russia will likely invade Ukraine, and the…

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GRAY: New York’s Discriminatory Policies are Immoral and Unlawful, Jan. 19, 2022

Former White House Counsel C. Boyden Gray sent two letters to New York on Tuesday on behalf of the Project on Fair Representation and the Alliance for Fair Board Recruitment, denouncing racially discriminatory policies. The first letter, on behalf of the the Project on Fair Representation to New York Department of Health Acting Commissioner Mary T. Basset, warned the Department…

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BERRY: OSHA, Title VII, and Limits on Vaccine Mandates

Boyden Gray & Associates (BG&A) partner Jonathan Berry was recently interviewed on the National Catholic Bioethics Center’s (NCBC) podcast, Bioethics on Air, to discuss the Biden Administration’s vaccine mandates. In a two-part interview, Berry explained to NCBC ethicist Jozef Zalot the government’s authority to impose vaccine mandates generally, BG&A’s specific challenge to the OSHA ETS vaccine mandate, and the Title…

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